Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

Sur l'intersection des courants laminaires

R. Dujardin
DOI: 38091


We try to find a geometric interpretation of the wedge product of positive closed laminar currents in $\mathbb{C}^2$. We say such a wedge product is geometric if it is given by intersecting the disks filling up the currents.

Uniformly laminar currents do always intersect geometrically in this sense. We also introduce a class of "strongly approximable" laminar currents, natural from the dynamical point of view, and prove that such currents intersect geometrically provided they have continuous potentials.

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